Warsaw’s highlights by night

It’s a special winter itinerary that allows you to visit the absolute must see in the historic area of Warsaw and enjoy the Xmas light decorations. The itinerary include: the Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage site) and the ice rink, glimpses on Wisła (our river) and the park of fountains “winter version”,  the elegant Krakowskie Przedmieście…

Praga: eastern bazaar, bears at the tram stop and more…

The eastern bazaar is called in Polish Bazar Różyckiego and it is the oldest in Warsaw; bears are for real as they live in a zoological garden enclosure. What more can you find in Praga? Praga in Warsaw, the eastern part of the city, is a district where you can explore multicultural traditions. Jews, Roman Catholics…

The perfect Polish chef and a notorious wizard on the road to Lithuania

“A perfect cook” [Kucharz dostkonały] is the title given to one of the oldest cookbooks published in Polish whose author, Wojciech Wielądko, was born in a small village located on the ancient road from Warsaw to Vilnius, a little more than one-hour drive from Warsaw. Truth be told,  Wielądko’s book was a translation from the…

War/saw: Warsaw and WWII

Are you interested in the city’s complex and heroic past? Would you like to find some traces of the WWII in Warsaw? It is possible even if you have just 3-4 hours to spare for a city walk and you prefer to stay in the city centre.     You can start your walk in…

Royal Baths of Warsaw: peacocks, squirrels and gondolas

 Peacocks, squirrels and gondolas… you will find all that, and more in Łazienki / the Royal Baths of Warsaw  or Park Łazienkowski. These names are given to one place that is considered the most magical in Warsaw. This is a common belief shared by the local people and visitors. So, what is all the fuss…

To the Heroes of the Ghetto: memorials and daffodils

Young men, women and children from the Warsaw’s ghetto armed with guns and Molotov cocktails or fighting with their bare hands. You will see them sculptured on the walls of the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial. If you look around standing at the memorial you will discover many other ghetto commemorations. Let’s begin with…

#selfiewithchopin, multimedia and national pride

Let’s start from the beginning – there is a photo competition in Warsaw organised by the Bureau of the city’s promotion. It is simple: take a selfie with Chopin, hashtag it: #selfiewithchopin #contest and wait for the results. It lasts until May 14th (2017), but there are Chopin themed multimedia that you can enjoy all the…

Dzień dobry! Hello!

My name is Agnieszka. I am a guide and Tailored tours in Poland is my project. As for guiding and tourism, I have been working for 16 years and I am licensed to guide in the major Warsaw’s museums such as the Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Royal Castle, the Chopin…

Wilanow

Warsaw became a capital city of Poland at the turn of the 17th c. Subsequently, the kings and the most influential aristocrats turned the new capital into a city of palaces and gardens – all in the Baroque style! The Wilanow Palace and Garden, located in the distant southern part of the city, and not…